The tradition continues ON THE MORNING NEWS!
For more than 37 years, Bruce Price has helped spread happiness to thousands of people by dressing up as Santa Claus. Now, Santa needs a kidney.
Were you on Santa’s naughty or nice list this year?
For one Twin Cities family, Santa Claus came a little ahead of schedule, but only because he’d lost his way and needed some directions.
In less than a week Santa will be loading his sleigh and visiting the homes of children all around the world.
Christmas is just over a week away, but Santa was in town to make an early stop at HCMC. He paid a special visit to a little boy fighting brain cancer.
Christmas came a little early for one special Twin Cities girl. Doctors diagnosed 4-year-old Summer with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
St. Paul police are taking extra precautions to make sure Santa delivers gifts to children who will be hospitalized over the holidays.
It doesn’t get any more authentic than cutting down your favorite Christmas tree by hand.
It’s Thursday, which means another hectic week is winding down and it’s time to find something to look forward to for the weekend.
Santa Claus needs help bringing joy to children around the world. Bbut forget the reindeer that need feeding, or presents getting wrapped, there’s one local elf who makes sure Santa’s helpers keep up their very distinctive look.
Continuing our journey a little further east, check out part two of our state-to-state guide to America’s roadside attractions!
Yes, Piiparinen, there is a Santa Claus! And he wants to slap you right out of your skin.
Where are some of the best Santas in the Twin Cities? We’ve called the North Pole to get some tips from the Big Guy’s administrative staff. Here’s what they recommend this year.
When we see a man with a white beard, a red suit and a big belt, we assume it’s Santa Claus. For those skeptics, Pat Kessler looked into questions about Santa and came up with a special Christmas edition of Reality Check.